The Police high command has arrested two female Polytechnic undergraduates who killed a night club owner during sexual escapade.
The suspects, Joseph Joy Adanma and Vandora Davies Oreoluwa Favour had during a sexual exploration with the two students, tied Mr. Adeniyi Ojo, the son of Chief Emmanuel Ojo, a prominent figure in Ilorin, Kwara State to a hotel bed and stole his phones and other belongings and killed him.
The police intelligence team had tracked the stolen phones to their abode in Mowe, Lagos, where they were arrested.
Police spokesman ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, while parading the suspects in Abuja, said on October 6, 2023, Police operatives apprehended the two suspects, Adama and Favour, who are both students of Kwara State Polytechnic for their involvement in the robbery and murder of Mr. Adeniyi Ojo, the son of Chief Emmanuel Ojo, a prominent figure in Ilorin, Kwara State.
“Through meticulous investigative work, our officers were able to track and apprehend these suspects in Mow- Ibafo, Ogun State.
“In a tragic incident, the duo tied the deceased under the guise of having a sex rump and demanded money from him. But when he was not forthcoming, they resorted to drugging and suffocating him, leading to his untimely demise,” the Force PRO stated.
One of the suspects, Adanma who spoke to newsmen said she had been in sexual relationship with the deceased and on that day, they went with the intention to steal from him but when he wasn’t succumbing, they drugged him and left with his phone and other valuables only to discover that he had died later.
Adejobi added: “a total of 54 suspects were arrested by the gallant operatives of DFI-IRT and DFI-STS, some of whom are already facing prosecution in court for the various cases for which they have been indicted; 92 firearms were recovered, 760 live ammunition were recovered, 14 exhibit vehicles, one forged document, 120 magazines, two IEDs, one suicide belt as well as cash sums of fake currencies totaling 970,000 US Dollars were also recovered and marked as exhibits for the prosecution of the various cases.”
Other suspects arrested included kidnappers of a Swiss national. The Police said the suspects include: Nneka Okpara, 33, who hails from Ikeduru LGA in Imo State; Emu Larry Chidiebere 34, a resident of Ika North East LGA in Delta State; Babatude Femi, 30, originally from Owode Obafemi LGA in Ogun State; Williams Banjo Omotayo, 28, with roots in Epe LGA, Lagos State and Samuel Balogun, 22, from Isale-Oja LGA in Oyo State.
The Police said the five principal suspects were connected to the kidnapping of a Swiss national, Diego Tanner.
“This unfortunate incident occurred on May 30, 2023, when Mr. Tanner was abducted and subsequently released after a ransom payment of 2000 euros.
“The dedicated operatives of the IRT, tirelessly working to bring criminals to justice, put to use, the Nigeria Police Force’s ICT apparatus and arrested all the five principal suspects involved in this kidnapping case.
“This operation not only led to the apprehension of the suspects but also resulted in the recovery of critical evidence, including one assault rifle, two locally fabricated single- barrel long guns, and an empty magazine”. Adejobi said